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Posted: Tue, 13 Apr 2021 11:48 by Rowan Scholtz
Due to the official period of mourning, the meeting scheduled for April 14 has now been postponed to April 21 at 7pm.
At this meeting, Councillor Alan Walters, Rutland County Council Port Folio Holder for Health Commissioning, Public Health, Adult Safeguarding and Social Care, and Community safety- will be giving a brief talk at the next Empingham Parish Council meeting about future Health Care in Rutland, but more importantly will be there for people to put forward any ideas/issues surrounding health matters in Rutland. More »
The meeting will be held using the Zoom platform.
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Posted: Tue, 06 Apr 2021 10:28 by Rowan Scholtz
The Future Rutland Conversation was launched on 1st April 2021. It's your opportunity to get your views heard on all things Rutland. Topics to be covered include environment/ climate change/ health and wellbeing/ leisure/ living in Rutland/ public services/ learning, skills and employment. Find out more and sign up for virtual live conversations or take part in surveys at www.rutland.gov.uk/FutureRutland Please register and then you can join a conversation here: https://future.rutland.gov.uk/live-virtual-conversations
Posted: Wed, 24 Mar 2021 18:32 by Rowan Scholtz
On Monday March 22nd, RCC voted down a grant application designed to support infrastructure expenditure on the SGB site. The Parish Council have long campaigned against the size of the development at SGB. Amongst other things a modern new town half as big again as Uppingham, would be a blot on Rutland's landscape. It would create major traffic problems for our village , Main St would be a rat run to the A1. New housing should be sited close to our existing settlements not concentrated in an isolated rural situation. More »
A majority of county councillors now accept our view, and the lack of grant funding will require a significant rethink of development of the site. We will continue to campaign for any development of that site to be on a Rutland scale and to ensure traffic management schemes protect our local environment. » Less